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The Venture Capital Bubble Is Imploding! (The Beginning Of The Great Bubble Deflation?)

This is a syndicated repost courtesy of Snake Hole Lounge. To view original, click here. Reposted with permission.

Following The Great Recession and The Fed’s extraordinary response, there was a lot of money available that we seeking risky assets, such as equities, housing and apartments.

Liquidity moves markets!

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Venture capital, the darling of business schools (that rarely look at the data, but focus on the snake oil-aspect of VC), has been in decline since 2014 after a meteoric rise after 2007.

 

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Most of the decline has been in early stage Venture Capital.

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As The Fed begins it perilous journey to return to normalized interest rates, the VC bubble will disappear.

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Will other risky assets bubbles begin exploding as well?

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